RMS Maintenance Contract Review with John Hardwick (Sydney)
14/06/2019 09:30 to 14/06/2019 12:30
Venue: Portside Room, The Portside Centre, Symantec House
The Roads and Maritime Services Stewardship Maintenance Contracts and Performance Specified Maintenance Contract are due to expire in June 2021. RMS have commenced a project to develop and procure the next generation of maintenance contracts and are keen to liaise with industry to present and discuss the way forward.
A research project undertaken in 2018 that included detailed feedback from client and contractor organisations and a Roads Australia industry roundtable has informed RMS of good practice being adopted in Australia and internationally. They key recommendations from this research will be presented along with details of how this is being used in developing the future road and ITS maintenance contracts for Sydney’s urban network.
A project team has been established within RMS to develop and procure the new Sydney urban road maintenance contracts. The team will present the timeline for procuring the new contracts and continue liaison with the industry on the model being developed.
Please join us with John Hardwick, Executive Director – Sydney, Roads & Maritime Services to participate in the next stage of review.
Date: Friday 14 June 2019
Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm
Venue: Portside Room, The Portside Centre, Symantec House, 207 Kent St Sydney
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John Hardwick, Executive Director, Sydney, NSW Roads and Maritime Services
John commenced as Executive Director Sydney in April 2017. John is accountable for the end-to-end management of the Sydney road network. This includes investment prioritisation, planning, asset management, operations and performance.
Prior to joining Roads and Maritime, John was Head of Asset Management for Ausgrid, where he delivered ongoing savings of over $30 million per annum and the successful lease of the network business.
John also serves as a board member for numerous global and Australian asset management organisations and co-authored the book Living Asset Management. In 2018 John was awarded the MESA medal by the Asset Management Council. The MESA Medal is awarded to an individual who has personally contributed at the highest level to the advancement of the science and/or practice of asset management.